Profile of Nathan GoliaSenior editor, Insurance & Technology
Member Since: 5/8/2014
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Nathan Golia is senior editor of Insurance & Technology. He joined the publication in 2010 as associate editor and covers all aspects of the nexus between insurance and information technology, including mobility, distribution, core systems, customer interaction, and risk management. He is a frequent speaker and moderator at live and online events held by both I&T and third parties. A veteran of the trade press, Nathan worked as a database marketing reporter and copy editor for Direct Marketing News, as well as an assistant editor for The Toy Book, before coming to I&T. He is a graduate of Buffalo State College and a proud Western New York native.
Articles by Nathan Golia
posted in September 2011
As the company becomes more of a 24/7 business, it has become more important to monitor its systems around the clock.
The studies came fast and furious all summer: Expect more M&A activity in the insurance industry. Today, we saw two examples. What can IT departments expect?
Medical Liability Mutual is divesting itself of its New Jersey policyholders by selling Princeton to Berkshire Hathaway subsidiary Medical Protective.
Nationwide is hoping to gain more commercial lines presence with the buy, the company says.
The companies are calling the initiative the North Carolina Program to Advance Technology for Health (NC PATH), which provides training and ongoing support for these practices to implement the certified EHR technology, and work towards achieving meaningful use status.
The industry and regulatory veteran takes a voting position in the body.
The platform unifies the experience for members, employers and brokers.
Politicians are calling for an investigation of the GM program after it announced that simply cancelling a subscription does not fully sever the link between company and customer. That's not what companies exploring usage-based insurance want to see.
The former VP and CTO takes over for Eileen Slevin, who retired this month.
The formerly niche market for flood insurance is expanding after even landlocked states were deluged as Irene passed through
Quoting is just one feature of an Independence Blue Cross kiosk aimed at engaging the individual healthcare market.
Two mobile device strengths -- ubiquity and GPS capabilities -- could contribute to a rise in usage-based insurance programs.
As the ways insurers' customers and employees use mobile devices is better understood, and as the number of devices proliferates, some carriers are turning back to the mobile web rather than apps to bring next-generation mobile capabilities to the marketplace.
The strategic goal of the buy is to give CSC a footprint in the application testing services market.
The Medicaid administrator will roll out NaviNet's mobile patient information offerings to physicians in its network.
I&T went straight to the experts to get the best practices for creating insurance iPad apps to optimize the tablet's unique talents.
Take a look at iPad apps from GEICO, Progressive, Humana, USAA, State Farm, Zurich, John Hancock and Aflac .
The computing system made famous during its run on Jeopardy! will help the health insurer with a physician-facing solution.
The health insurance veteran speaks to Insurance & Technology about the opportunities to improve care by using predictive modeling and other informatics.
The parallels between the past 24 hours in New York and the days immediately preceding Irene show how, in big cities, terror attacks seem to be viewed as an inevitability, for which insurers can model and prepare.
With the 10th anniversary of the terrorist attacks coming this weekend, many are reflecting on changes from a decade ago.
Andrew McElwee will be responsible for the Boston-based carrier's underwriting profit in his new role as EVP and chief underwriting officer.
The Zurich-based insurance group will acquire the Pennsylvania-based agriculture insurer.
The company will implement Roambi Analytics so that its sales force can get IBM Cognos reports on iOS devices.
The partnership has resulted in the launch of AER Respond, which aims to help insurers to better manage hail claims.
An active year for catastrophe events didn't take any time off for the holiday weekend.
People always say that insurance is a data-intensive business. Then why it its data-related spending so low compared to other industries?
The carrier will use the Maximum Processing offering for policy, billing, claims and reinsurance processing.
The company will use the IDEAS Advantage service, which leverages public and non-public data to help architects make decisions.